Comments on #PitMad?

Hey everyone! Who all participated in #PitMad (or watched the craziness of the twitter feed), and what happened? Any neat ideas you saw? Any exciting ‘favorites’ you had? Any friends made?

I rather liked it. Besides being another way to capture the attention of agents, it was a fun way of seeing what else is out there. Of course, like anything else, there was the risk of getting lost in the flood. But overall I had a positive and fun experience. And I got a few exciting favorites!

What did you think?


About R. K. Brainerd

I've been writing since my pre-teens, mostly in the realm of fantasy and sci-fi. My characters are pretty much always clamoring for attention in my head, and if I don't listen to them, they plague me with insane dreams and nightmares until I start writing. I also raise dairy goats, the evidence of which can be found on my Instagram. I've just recently begun my foray into the writing world and look forward to it all with devilish glee. Welcome to the adventure. View all posts by R. K. Brainerd

2 responses to “Comments on #PitMad?

  • S. L. Bynum

    I had a fun time too! I met some other writers, and I got a few favorites! The most interesting thing to happen to me is that one agent “Liked” the same pitch this time and last time during #PitMad, but she already requested the full manuscript for it earlier this year! I can’t wait till she gets around to reading it, she seems to REALLY love my concept.

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    • R. K. Brainerd

      Ha! Isn’t that funny. Are you going to remind her you already have your manuscript?

      Btw, what agent, if you don’t mind me asking?


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